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Widespread use of the technology may be a ways off, but supply chain traceability is still top of mind for operators.

Technology

Zume shuts down its robot-powered pizza business

The company, once said to be valued at $4 billion, is laying off half its staff and pivoting its focus as it joins other struggling robot-enabled restaurant startups.

The company named Lucy Brady its chief digital customer engagement officer and elevated the status of CIO Daniel Henry as it works to bolster its use of technology.

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Operators who view procurement as a strategic financial management tactic can shave percentage points off their food costs and gain competitive leverage.

Cloud-based computing can provide operators with the ability to build a best-in-class stack of solutions and to add capabilities as needed.

Here are a few ways that technology is being used to streamline job functions and increase employees’ satisfaction with their experiences at restaurants.

The chain will use a third-party company, which will result in corporate layoffs, with plans to invest any savings back into technology.

A quarter of the pizza chain’s restaurants will have the technology by the end of the year, with many of its remaining locations to get it next year.

While increased traffic in a key reason to develop new menu items, there are a number of benefits to offering new menu items and LTOs.

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